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Angélica Celaya and Harold Perrineau Talk ‘Constantine’ at Comic-Con 2014

Angélica Celaya and Harold Perrineau Talk ‘Constantine’ at Comic-Con 2014


Constantine premieres on FOX this fall and in preparation stars Harold Perrineau and Angélica Celaya stopped by to talk about what to expect from the new series.

Angélica Celaya plays Zed in the TV adaptation of the comic book, and she discussed how her portrayal will line up when compared to the character comic book saying, “I don’t want to be like Zed 100%, I want to give my interpretation of Zed, so I wanted to give Zed, what I think…between who I am at this point in the universe, with my life and what I’ve lived …who I think Zed is to me. So I think that’s a more honest approach to my character than trying to get be exactly what the comic book says.”

Harold Perrineau portrays Manny, Constantine’s guardian angel, and had this to say about his character, “I’m sent there [to Earth and Constantine] to, in Manny’s words, “look after him” and you know Constantine has a harsh relationship with demons and angels, so it’s not an easy relationship. It’s not something that he welcomes or wants, but he’s going to get it whether he wants it or not.”

He also hinted that his character is “restricted in some things that are classically religious things, but he’s not restricted in other things and he’s made a choice.” Hmmmmm…

You can catch the rest of the enigmatic interviews with the cast below and see what you can piece together about the show!

Angélica Celaya

Harold Perrineau

More coverage from Comic-Con 2014 to come as we post our interviews!

Emma Loggins Emma Loggins is the Editor in Chief of FanBolt. She updates daily on the latest entertainment news, her opinions on current happenings in the media, screening/filming opportunities, inside scoops and more.  She’s been writing on the world of geekdom and pop culture since 2002!


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